June 1, 2016

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Julie Gralow, MD, presents the latest in breast cancer research from ASCO
Julie Gralow, MD, returns from the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) to share a synopsis - for patients and caregivers - of up-to-the-minute research findings in breast cancer research, prevention, detection and treatment.  Click here to register.
The 2019 Cancer Pathways Golf Classic is back at Newcastle Golf Course!

2019 Cancer Pathways Golf Classic

June 28, 2019

Our 14th Annual Cancer Pathways Golf Classic will be back at the Golf Club at Newcastle!  Find out more on our registration page.
Experience the power of self-care through ancient guidelines for our modern world

A Day of Loving Kindness

Saturday, April 27th.  9:00am-4:00pm
Cancer Pathways


Experience the healing power of self-care through ancient guidelines for our modern world. Join Cindy Jaffe, RYT 200, and Carrie Fortin Troy, RYT 200, for a day of self-care practice that will relax your body, renew your mind and restore your soul. Click here to learn more.
Cancer prevention education program for high school students
Cancer Happens® is a cancer education and risk reduction program offered, free of charge, in middle and high school classrooms nationwide.  The goal of Cancer Happens® is to raise awareness about cancer risk reduction with the outcome of empowering teens to live healthy lifestyles that could potentially reduce their future cancer risk. Click here to learn more about this unique and vital program.

 

Learn more about our Cancer Happens® Teen Education program


Calendar of Events happening for people touched by cancer at Cancer Pathways in Seattle

Click here for our April Calendar


Teen writing contest for students touched by cancer in Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Wyoming

 

Learn more about our writing contest for teens touched by cancer

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New Name, Same Mission
Click here to learn more about our name change.